Insurer announces agreement on Ever Given after long-term dispute

UK P&I Club, one of Ever Given's insurers, has entered an agreement with the Suez Canal Authority. Release of the ship will soon be possible, the insurer informs.

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An agreement between Ever Given's insurer and the Suez Canal Authority, SCA, could soon lead to the release of the ship, which has been detained since it ran aground in the Suez Canal in March, informs insurance company UK P&I Club.

"Together with the owner and the ship's other insurers we are now working with the SCA to finalize a signed settlement agreement as soon as possible," reads the announcement from UK P&I Club.

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